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State Theatre Offers Free Movies Courtesy of Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation

State Theatre brought back its Free Summer Movies Series in the Summer of 2016. The series was sponsored by The Provident Bank Foundation and Boraie Development. A number of movies were featured in the series like Frozen (July 12), E.T. the Extra Terrestrial (July 19), Despicable Me 2 (July 26), Babe (August 2), Monsters University (August 9) and Aladdin (August 16). The movies were shown at 10:30 am as well as at 7:00pm free of charge. The movies provided young people with the chance of enjoying their favorite movies in the company of their families, various groups in State Theatre and summer camps. Check out Bloomberg to know more.

Rejoinder

Hiam Boraie, the VP of Boraie Development stated that the company was proud to sponsor the wonderful series again as it gave families and lots of young people the chance to enjoy their favorite movies in the historic venue. Jane Kurek, the Provident Bank Foundation’s executive director commented on the sponsorship extended by the company stating that they were equally proud of the series. The bank foundation sponsored the Community Access Initiative of State Theatre to ensure that people from different backgrounds enjoyed the films experience free of charge. Anna Marie Gewirtz, the VP of State Theatre in charge of development and strategic partnerships stated that they were committed to offering cost-friendly programming for families. She stated that the initiative targeted to reach about 7,500 people courtesy of the generous sponsorship received from the two sponsors. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms.

Movie Experience

In a report by Philly Purge, moviegoers got the chance to enjoy an unprecedented experience at the State Theatre. They got the chance to enjoy a great movie experience from the latest HD digital cinema system used to project the films. This included a Barco projector, 46″ Stewart screen as well as digital surround sound. Audiences were able to sit downstairs or catch a glimpse of the film from their balconies just like the good old Hollywood days. There was a special telephone line provided to assist moviegoers looking to make reservations for groups of more than twenty people. Reservations could also be done online.

About Boraie Development

Urban real estate is the forte of Sam Boraie, which offers various services aimed at satisfying various aspects of this market. The company offers services in sales/marketing, real estate development and property management. The team at Boraie Development LLC is fully committed to delivering impressive properties while at the same time offering unmatched services to all its clients. The company’s strong point has always been dealing with visionary architects, deadline-conscious contractors and strong financial institutions in all its projects.

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